Insights and updates from Wellington School of Business and Government, including research stories, staff and student success, and media commentary.

  • Vice Chancellor Grant Guilford, Chair in Restorative Justice Chris Marshall, Pro Vice Chancellor Wellington School of Business and Government Ian Williamson, and Jenny Gill, Trustee of Grace Memorial Trust.

    Generous gift secures Diana Unwin Chair in Restorative Justice

    A generous $1.2 million gift to Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington from the Grace Memorial Trust will ensure the University’s research and leadership in the area of restorative justice will continue far into the future.

  • Value-based pricing more than a discount

    The crisis we are experiencing is the equivalent of an earthquake in how it's impacting traditional go-to-market approaches and established value-based pricing. Here's why it's worth paying attention.

  • Black Lives Matter: What’s in a name?

    Why does it take a huge, international outpouring of resistance, antagonism and grief to make brands consider changing their discriminatory names, asks Associate Professor Val Hooper.

  • Business in a trade war: Part three

    In the final of a three-part series based on a study of managerial perceptions of the U.S.-China trade war, researchers Hongzhi Gao, Monica Ren, and Ivy Guo take a closer look at how Trans-Tasman businesses are responding.